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Checkin’ Out That Original Swedish Snus Style

You may have noticed the circular imprint in the back pocket of your Swedish friend’s jeans when you met up with him in Stockholm for that snowboarding trip. Or when you went backstage after seeing the Johnossi play at Webster Hall; or in Malibu after a day of surfing, when you ended up grilling at [...]

July 20, 2014 0
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School Dress Codes are Going To Have To Be Revised: Russell Westbrook x Barneys Meggings

Yesterday, Russell Westbrook of the Oklahoma Thunder released an exclusive collab with Barneys, WESTBROOK XO BARNEYS NEW YORK X JORDAN. The collection of athletic wear in black and bold multicolor animal prints, includes de rigueur  workout shorts, shirts and and pants. The stand out items, however, are the elephant printed running leggings, which have been styled both under shorts and [...]

July 20, 2014 0
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Sydney Albertini Opening in Amagansett

This Saturday, July 19th at the Jackson Carriage house at 129 Main Street (corner of Windmill Lane) in Amagansett, artist Sydney Albertini will be having an exhibition of her work. Blurring the line between fashion and fine art, Albertini combines seriousness and conceptual vision with a playful and bold style. The artist’s unique design sense [...]

July 19, 2014 0
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Grey Area East: A Space to Watch

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July 19, 2014 0
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The 10 Most Overrated Nightclubs of All Time

Saturday is a lazy day for me: a picnic in the park with puppies is more alluring than any nightlife offerings. Susanne Bartsch has her monthly soiree, Kunst, at Verboten (54 N 11th Street, Brooklyn), just a hop, skip, and a jump from my BBurg abode. There will be live shows from, well everyone who comes, [...]

July 19, 2014 0
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Keith Sonnier Solo Show at Tripoli Gallery

Keith Sonnier, the renowned sculptor, will be having a show of some of his most recent work at Tripoli Gallery in Southampton. ‘Elliptical Transmissions’ will be on view at 30A Jobs Lane from July 17 through August 17, 2014, with a public reception on Thursday, July 17th from 6 to 8pm. Sonnier built a reputation for himself as [...]

July 18, 2014 0
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Where to Spend Your Summer Fridays

First off there’s Sheik and Beik at Up Down (244 West 14th Street), where you can catch Walker Royce (Crosstown Rebels) with FoNG, Jeffrey Scott, Nash, Jasper Stapleton, Mectec PVA. The chic set will be in full effect until they head out East for 1OAK’s Southampton version. Marquee (289 10th Avenue), enjoying its new life as [...]

July 18, 2014 0
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Casey Jane Ellison Hosts an Art Talk Show That Won’t Put You to Sleep

Contemporary art may not be for everyone, but the new Ovation web series Touching the Art with Casey Jane Ellison definitely is. You might recognize Ellison from the VFILES series What The F*shion?, but off the screen she works as an artist and stand-up comic, credited with inventing the comedian avatar. Touching the Art premiers [...]

July 18, 2014 0
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Hi-Five: Bishop Allen, GoldLink x Chet Faker + More

The Feed – Stella While you may still be unfamiliar, St. Louis rockers The Feed have opened for major acts such as Ben Folds, The Roots, and Chuck Berry. They are being likened to The Black Keys (a crazy compliment), and have a collection of other great tunes. Check them out above. Bishop Allen – [...]

July 18, 2014 0
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The Women of New York: Meet Josephine Meckseper

Josephine Meckseper comes from a family of artists, and she’s always known she was fated to continue on a creative path. Before moving to Los Angeles at a young age, Josephine group up in Germany, attending political demonstrations and rebelling against the status quo — a nature that affects her art. She has long been [...]

July 17, 2014 0
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